Can we reach 80% COVID-19 vaccination by the end of the year? | News Breakfast

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Lt General John Frewen joins News Breakfast to discuss plans for the vaccine rollout in Australia, and whether the targets outlined by the Doherty Institute are achievable by the end of the year.

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